In 2018, Aquaman introduced some interesting new characters and creatures to the DC Extended Universe. The film saw Arthur Curry overthrow his step-brother, Orm, and unite the Seven Kingdoms of the Atlantis. One such character was the Brine King, the leader of the one kingdom that would not bend the knee to Orm as he sought out their allegiance to become the Ocean Master. A new tidbit of information suggests the Brine King will be back for the upcoming sequel, though he might sound a little different.
Actor Antony Gabriel’s Many profile indicates that he will be voicing the character in Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom. The capacity and details of the role are currently unknown as nothing has been officially confirmed. Actor John Rhys-Davies, best known for his work in the Lord of The Rings trilogy as Gimli, originally provided the voice for the Brine king.
The news is currently just a rumor as nothing has been officially confirmed in the film. It’s entirely possible that the role is just so small that there wasn’t a need to bring back Davies as the character so they just had Gabriel provide the voice as he’s currently rumored to voicing Mister Mind in Shazam: Fury of The Gods.
Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom is currently set to hit theaters later this year on December 16th.